Anticipatory Law Regulations Concept Influenced By Risks And Threats Of Digitalization

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The paper covers the issues of the concept of anticipatory legal regulations (development), the idea of which is more often come out within the current political and legal science because of the risks and threats of digital transformation of social relations. The latter refers to the increasing contribution and influence of digital technologies, computer-aided algorithms, artificial intelligence, etc., in various fields of human life (economy, politics, education, communication, law, etc.). In our opinion, the key issues of this concept include, first of all, poor philosophical and ideological validity, secondly, the lack of approved theoretical and methodological instruments of legal forecasting, thirdly, the indistinctive content of the material content of the concept, and, finally, fourthly, technical legal hindering factors of including the concept into the present legislative system, as well as the presentation of the substantive content of the concept. The first, second and fourth problems are general and do not depend on digitalization, since any advanced development concept faces them. The third, however, is directly concerned with digitalization and will therefore be mostly focused on. The author concludes that only a comprehensive solution to these problems will make it possible to define a concept of advanced legal regulations that can have an effective impact on social relations

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03 June 2022

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Ukhanov, A. D. (2022). Anticipatory Law Regulations Concept Influenced By Risks And Threats Of Digitalization. In & N. G. Bogachenko (Ed.), AmurCon 2021: International Scientific Conference, vol 126. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 1024-1033). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.06.113